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Governors Tackle Education Issues in Weekend Meeting

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Governors Tackle Education Issues in Weekend Meeting

Governors Tackle Education Issues in Weekend Meeting

Governors Tackle Education Issues in Weekend Meeting

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Michele Norris talks with Virginia Gov. Mark Warner, chairman of the National Governor's Association, about this weekend's National Education Summit on high schools. He talks about the No Child Left Behind Act, and some of the high school reforms that the nation's governors will be discussing this weekend.

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